CODE_n EVENT: Growth Hacking with the StartUpBus Germany

10/21/2014  |  News | Trends

StartUpBusAt 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, we’ll all be eagerly awaiting the StartUpBus Germany. Approximately 30 “Buspreneurs” will then be welcomed, each ready to present the strategies they’ve developed while en route to us. The strategy topic: how to ramp up their business models. We also plan to highlight the topic of collaboration between startups and corporations. If you’re interested, you’re welcome to attend!

StartUpBus Europe: Hackathon at 100 kph
6 buses are traveling across Europe for three days, following various routes on the way to the Pioneers Festival in Vienna. The event has been organized as a hackathon. During the bus ride, passengers will work up their startup idea – from the initial concept to the finished product, including the business model. The winner will be announced at the final stop in Vienna.

Bus stop at CODE_n: Sunday, Oct 26, 6:00 p.m.
The German StartUpBus will make a stopover at CODE_n @ GFT Technologies in Stuttgart on Sunday evening. The event will look primarily at scaling and growth hacking: How do startups really get off the ground; that is, how can they be prepared for a mass market? And how could collaboration with established companies contribute to this?

The following program highlights are planned:

  • A small Pitch Battle, with startups presenting their strategies for scaling and growth. Each day’s winner will receive a small prize.
  • A brief talk on “The Corporate Success Model Startup Collaboration” presented by CODE_n.
  • Plenty of time and space to meet and greet.

Anyone interested in joining the event is very welcome to drop by the GFT building in the Stuttgart district of Hohenheim on Sunday evening. The meet-up will be a chance to rub shoulders with these interesting startups. As there will be limited space available, please register your attendance via Eventbrite.

Time: Sunday, October 26, 2014 | 18:00 – 21:00 p.m.
Place: GFT Technologies, Filderhauptstraße 142, 70599 Stuttgart

We would like to thank Startup Stuttgart for their support.